"Once one of the nation's most popular televangelists, the Rev. Robert H. Schuller is watching his life's work crumble," reports AP.
Assuming for the sake of discussion the basic accuracy of this report, let us ask: Is this kind of "crumbling" merely a personal matter internal to and limited to the Schuller organization?
Or might there be structural elements and methods of ministry that need to be examined?
And what lessons might be learned and applied in a culture increasingly dark and secularized, not just in its politics, etc., but also in its religion?